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Police & Courts

January 4, 2012

Police and court reports 1-05

— Protective order

Norma Jean Whittenburg vs. Anthony Lee Whittenburg, Jan. 17.

Civil suits

Credit Bureau Services vs.:

• Donald W. Mayo, petition for judgment, $1,192.31.

• Lindsey Ingram, petition for judgment, $4,195.62.

Initial appearances

LEE, Clifton Earl Jr. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute. Preliminary hearing Jan. 13. Bond $10,000.

MARLER, Chad. First-degree burglary; malicious injury to property-over $1,000; threaten to perform act of violence; failure to use child restraint system. Sounding docket Jan. 18. Bond $20,000.

MASTERSON, Shauna aka YOUNT, Shauna. Possession of controlled dangerous substance (second and subsequent, two counts); public intoxication; obstructing officer. Preliminary hearing Jan. 13. Bond $2,500.

NEWTON, Delbert Odell Jr. Falsely personate another to create liability (two counts). Preliminary hearing Jan. 13. Bond $25,000.

SKINNER, Alynn Paul. Uttering two or more bogus check together over felony limit $500 (two counts); felony value-false pretense/bogus check/con game (two counts); embezzlement. Sounding docket Jan. 18. Bond $10,000.

Revocations

LAUDERMILK, Tina Charlene. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol; transporting open bottle or container of liquor; driving with license cancelled/suspended/revoked. Hearing Jan. 13. Bond $2,500.

YOUNT, Shauna. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to manufacture. Hearing Jan. 13. Bond same.

Muskogee police report

Assaults

1215 S. 32nd St., Sunday, domestic.

2423 Elgin St., Tuesday, with a knife.

Burglaries

2109 Lampton St., Tuesday, illegal entry of residence.

610 Park Blvd., Sunday, property removed from vehicle.

425 N. P St., Tuesday, illegal entry of residence. 

Thefts

1401 Summit St., Saturday, medication lost or stolen.

1000 W. Shawnee Bypass, Tuesday, purse removed from shopping cart.

Vandalism

1220 N. Edmond Ave., Dec. 26-Tuesday, vehicles.

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